Alex Rodriguez, banned for a year over performance-enhancing drugs, completed his suspension with the end of the World Series, won by San Francisco in seven games over Kansas City, and is eligible to return to the Major Leagues.Rodriguez missed the entire 2014 season after being suspended following MLB’s investigation into the Biogenesis case. Rodriguez has not spoken with the media, and his public appearances have been limited to random football and baseball games.Rodriguez, 39, has no formal plans yet to speak with the media, his spokesman said Thursday morning.The New York Yankees and Rodriguez both appear as if they are trying to be conciliatory after the rancor of his suspension. Rodriguez has three years and $61 million remaining on his contract. As part of the deal negotiated after the 2007 season, Rodriguez can earn an additional $6 million by hitting just six more home runs and tying Willie Mays for fourth on the all-time list with 660.Manager Joe Girardi and general manager Brian Cashman have both said they are unsure what to expect from Rodriguez on the field. Rodriguez may have a chance to retain his starting third base spot, but that will rest largely on what the Yankees do this offseason and if Rodriguez is fit enough.Rodriguez has played in only 44 games over the past two years and has had surgery on both of his hips. Girardi has talked with Rodriguez about trying to play first base as a backup. Rodriguez would also DH if he is on the team.Despite the bad blood from the lengthy and heated appeals process, the Yankees have given no indications they will release Rodriguez. If they did so, they would owe him his entire salary. Yankees officials have said that if Rodriguez can still play, they will take him back for 2015.
SIPT Wraps up, Court on Break til February 15 Related Items:Gordon Kerr, Helen garlick, Sipt, Timothy O’Sullivan TCI: Judge rules there is ‘a case’; all nine defendants will go to trial in September Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 03 Jul 2015 – The outcome of the trial alleging that Timothy O’Sullivan and Gordon Kerr tried to rob the government of $1.5 million in stamp duty did not bring the results the Helen Garlick led prosecution or SIPT had hoped for; and it again raises questions about the team, which six years after being introduced as hired by the UK has still not netted the kind of results for which some had hoped. Timothy O’Sullivan in a media statement yesterday said the nightmare he has lived for the last three years is over with the not guilty verdict handed down yesterday in the SIPT case against him and another attorney, Gordon Kerr (Misick & Stanbrook). The two have been vindicated with the return of not guilty on all three charges of trying to cheat the government of $1.5 million dollars in the sale of Emerald Cay. The case started three years ago and O’Sullivan was thankful to staff, clients, associates and friends for standing by him throughout the trial. “Timothy O’Sullivan would like to thank the seven Belongers who sat on the jury for the care and time they took to reach the proper verdict of not guilty.” The partner in Miller Simons O’Sullivan law firm says he leaves the case behind with his reputation intact. Today, O’Sullivan and Kerr will head to court to make application for reimbursement of their legal fees. Misick & Hanchell question allegations going global
$960 Samsung’s Galaxy Note is coming (all while we keep waiting… Now playing: Watch this: Samsung, LG, Motorola: How soon can we expect 5G phones? Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Phone 4:11 See It 13 Photos An image that purportedly shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. WinFuture The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus have reportedly been revealed in leaked images. The pictures show a front-facing camera positioned in the middle of the handset and three cameras vertically aligned on the rear of the device, said German tech publication WinFuture. The images come from official marketing, WinFuture reported on Wednesday. Last month saw the revelation that the Note 10 will be launched Aug. 7 during a Samsung Unpacked event at the Barclays Center in New York. The venue is the same place the Korean tech giant launched the Note 9 last year.The images also show volume and power buttons on the left side of the handset, and no Bixby button on the right.Commentary: What the Note 10 has to do to impress us.What the Note 10 Plus will reportedly look like. WinFuture Samsung Indonesia also published a video in a now-deleted tweet that showed some of the productivity features of the Note 10, according to PocketNow. The video “implies that you will no longer need to use multiple devices (desktop, laptop, memory sticks, etc.) to get work done,” the report says.Earlier this week, PocketNow also published pictures of purported Note 10 screen protectors, which it said showed a front camera positioned in the middle of the screen and a vertical alignment of multiple cameras on the rear of the handset.Samsung didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Sprint See It Review • Galaxy Note 8 is powerful, pricey and soon-to-be-replaced The new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 S Pen. Samsung The Note 10 is rumored to have physical buttons for power and volume, no headphone jack, a bigger aspect ratio, a 6.66-inch display — compared with the Note 9’s 6.4-inch screen — a 4,300mAh battery, four rear cameras and a camera on the S Pen.The Korean tech giant is also reportedly looking to make more than one model of the Note 10, including a 5G version like the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. $699 Best Buy $471 Mentioned Above Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (Midnight Black) Preview • Galaxy Note 8 could be the Note 7 you should have had, and then some CNET may get a commission from retail offers. 1 $329 Amazon See It Share your voice Tags Comment Samsung Mobile Tablets Phones Foldable Phones See it